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After the successful introduction of the deluxe Puffalo lounging, Ross Didier has extended the collection and created a significant new modular program called the Puffalo Universal Group. Be there as the collection is officially launched!

Universal Group brings a softer and more human centric approach to non-residential interiors including a broad selection of sofa modules, desking, ottomans, tablet tables and partition screens, where the pieces can be simply joined-together then reconfigured without any specialist skills or tools. Made in Melbourne and endlessly adaptable, this versatile furniture collection offers boundless inspiration for creating interior landscapes from the largest communal environments to the smallest private pods, allowing designers to freely tailor distinctive configurations and play with fabrics, colours, materials, and timber finishes.

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Jan Henderson

Jan Henderson was lately acting-editor of Indesign magazine and is now contributing across the breadth of Indesign products as well as Program Director of the INDE.Awards 2021. Her previous roles have included associate publisher at Architecture Media for three years, co-editor of inside magazine and Interiors editor of Architel.tv for the past six years. As Principal of Henderson Media Consultants she contributes to various architecture and design magazines, is a regular speaker at events and has participated as a juror for industry awards. Jan is passionate about design and through her different roles supports and contributes to design in Australia.

Ross Didier

“Art and design are very different, and I feel very aware of sliding the bar between them. Design is Shaolin kung Fu where Art is bare knuckle fist fighting. I mean artists can do whatever they want for their art and this liberation is the point of what they do. Design on the other hand has disciplines with givens, and to ignore these misses the point of designing. Good art communicates ideas – good design serves function, and the story this creates is inspiring.” – Ross Didier

The concept of a neat and simple reality is being questioned by scientists and philosophers who increasingly discover a far more chaotic world where opposites coexist, and boundaries are simply illusions. The Didier Design Studio has long intuited a world where art meets design, craft blends with engineering and utilitarianism embraces luxury.

Didier’s creative furniture design and production practice has always been open to boundless manufacturing techniques, materials, and ways of thinking.

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